”Imagine using your thin and light laptop PC during the day on the job, at school, or at the local café then arriving home, or dorm room, plugging it into your ViDock and firing up your latest PC game on a large format monitor. Just plug in one cable into your laptop PC and you instantly have a powerful 3D workstation with a big display, a big keyboard and your pointing device of choice. You are ready for gaming, video transcoding, photoshop, 3D design, watching full 1080p HD movies, and more!”
Me too! Should be OK: from the benchmarks I’ve seen, game performance should be similar to last year’s Airs (maybe even a little better, with the i7 CPU) and I know people found SC2 acceptable on those.
For now, the lack of transatlantic multiplayer means I can’t play with my friends, and that’s a deal breaker. Single-player does interest me, but less so, and I still have BioShock and Portal 1 & 2 to finish! Plus, horrible as it is to say, Starfront: Collision DOES play transatlantic (though I have yet to try that).
I’m about to try BioShock and TF2.